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At FutureCreators, our mission is to help you unlock the key to scalable profitability: turning customer information into cash faster than your competition and do it at Zettabyte scale. We help you measure your business' ability to scale profitably in the Zettabyte Era using key operating metrics. These metrics tell you immediately how close you are to your customer information and how to uncover huge pools of untouched cash, the lifeblood of your business. We want to see your business growing, profitable and cash rich.

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At FutureCreators, our mission is to help you unlock the key to scalable profitability: turning customer information into cash faster than your competition and do it at Zettabyte scale. We help you measure your business' ability to scale profitably in the Zettabyte Era using key operating metrics. These metrics tell you immediately how close you are to your customer information and how to uncover huge pools of untouched cash, the lifeblood of your business. We want to see your business growing, profitable and cash rich.

    AT+T’s Acquisitions Lead to Bad Debt and Inevitable Breakup

    AT+T’s Acquisitions Lead to Bad Debt and Inevitable Breakup

    In this episode of the podcast, Francis McInerney discusses with Robert Braathe AT&T’s outstanding debt and the likelihood of a large crash in the company’s future. The mismanagement of funds combined with the decline in wireless server generators forces large telecommunication companies to evaluate what is a worthwhile investment and when it’s time to throw in the towel.

    • 7 min
    The Next Step in the Global Meltdown of Communications Companies

    The Next Step in the Global Meltdown of Communications Companies

    In this episode of the podcast, Francis McInerney discusses with Robert Braathe the breaking down of the telecommunication industry due to poor balance sheets and the fact that wireless service generators are in decline. The split between infrastructure creators and carriers is impacting the industry, so companies must focus on elevating their frequency and scale into the new cyberspace.

    • 8 min
    Intelligent Towers - a Major Transition Opportunity in the Cell Tower Business

    Intelligent Towers - a Major Transition Opportunity in the Cell Tower Business

    In this episode of the podcast, Francis McInerney discusses with Robert Braathe the limited reach of today’s standard cell phone towers, and introduces the idea of an information surface beyond the Cloud: the “edgeless fog”. Utilizing a Neutral Network Enabling Platform, cell towers can elevate into cyberspace, connect with one another and introduce themselves into a new monetary information competition.

    • 7 min
    Scaling IBM

    Scaling IBM

    In this episode of the podcast, Francis McInerney discusses with Robert Braathe IBM’s position in the tech. companies’ race into further cyberspace, focussing on the necessity for the company to monetize their information surfaces and strategic future joint ventures.

    • 7 min
    Scaling Semiconductors: The China Problem

    Scaling Semiconductors: The China Problem

    In this episode of the podcast, Francis McInerney discusses with Robert Braathe China’s information control policies that have affected acquisitions of several large tech. companies and ask the question: it is cost-effective for America to continue doing business with China?

    • 6 min
    Still No Mention of The Information Cost Velocity Curve from US Election Candidates

    Still No Mention of The Information Cost Velocity Curve from US Election Candidates

    In this episode of the podcast, Francis McInerney discusses with Robert Braathe the utilization of the information cost velocity curve, or its lack thereof, in reference to all forms of social issues including politics, clean energy, education, healthcare, and whether the FCC is managing wireless connection properly.

    • 4 min

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